Zerlina Maxwell is a political analyst and contributing writer for The New York Daily News, Feministing.com, theGrio.com, and EBONY.com. She writes about national politics, candidates, and specific policy and culture issues ncluding domestic violence, sexual assault, victim blaming and gender inequality.
La'Tasha Mayes is the founder and executive director of New Voices Pittsburgh: Women of Color for Reproductive Justice (NVP) – the only human rights and social justice activist organization in Pittsburgh for women of color, led by women of color and about women of color. Founded in 2004, NVP serves women of color primarily ages 12-35 in Pittsburgh through social change activism, civic engagement and leadership development.
Farah Tanis is the Executive Director, Ex Officio, Black Women's Blueprint. She is an ardent human rights activist and advocate, has over 16 years of experience leading social justice movements, grassroots initiatives and organizational development.Tanis currently serves on the Board of Directors of Right Rides which ensures women’s safety in public spaces and serves on the Board of Haki Yetu meaning "Our Right" in Swahili, which works with survivors of Rape in the Congo region of Africa.